And the tubing and horse drawn sleigh rides are also an incentive for a non-slider to visit 7Springs. Plus, all the in-lodge activities: mini golf, bowling, roller skating, pool, spa, pubs, shops, etc. There is no other mid-Atlantic resort with the non-skier amenities that 7Springs has.
spa, pool, snowshoeing, Starbucks, BigTop with games, climbing wall, pool table, etc.,+snowmobile and groomer rides, and meals at multiple, some great restaurants and a distant cabin. Snowshoe in middle of nowhere.
7Springs also near large towns with libraries and other amenities, and not far from Frank Lloyd Wright house "Falling Water".
Wintergreen has spa, shops, pool, tubing, and not too far from Charlottesville, UVA, and Mr. Jefferson's home.
Massanutten has spa and an indoor super water park. By the way, at Wintergreen if the area at the bottom of the mountain is free of snow, you can play a great golf course during the winter.
Canaan Valley has spas, and CV Lodge has pool, pool tables, and covered outdoor ice skating, Blackwater Falls, tubing, air boarding, shops in Davis and Thomas...lots of near tame deer, but...nothing at CV is really slopeside.
Homestead is a near-5 star resort with indoor pool, incredible spa, mountain golf, fantastic food, about 750 vert. ski slope, tubing, ice skating, horse drawn sleigh rides, movie theater in hotel, horse rides, trap shooting trap lessons, soaking hot springs, serves "high tea" in afternoon, amazing hotel "Greenbriar-style" old south. Need to dress up for dinner.